Complete Failure Perversions of Guilt

Complete Failure Perversions of Guilt
Sometimes it’s best to just not know anything about a band. I’m sure Complete Failure are from somewhere and have some sort of history but when I’m enjoying this raw-as-hell disc, none of that matters. What does matter is the combination of crusty, blackened punk and sloppy grindcore, two forces that, when combined, always amount to satisfaction. With machine-gun-like snare drum rolls and catchy choruses in tunes like "Described as the Regret to Inform” and "Gross Negligence,” then an excellent hop over to ugly sludge in "A Disinviting Self Restraint,” these guys got the vibe down that only a select few (CWAF, Skarp) manage to harness. But Complete Failure add in more metal, even bringing to mind the uncomfortable racket of Today is The Day (mainly in the vocals, which are unfortunately layered in too many effects), whose Steve Austin released this album on his prolific Supernova Records. (Supernova)